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The Reebok pop-up on the Bowery just south of Delancey Street opened this weekend, and it's pretty amazing, even for those of us who aren't wildly excited about the return of the Pump. Taking the brand's logo as inspiration, the store's interior is all weird angles and criss-crossing lines. Some of the shoes sit on the walls, but others rest on the slanting tops of trapezoidal platforms. Nothing sits at ninety degrees to anything else—it's like an educational funhouse dedicated to teaching kids that geometry can be fun. The Cut has more information and photos.
· Pop-Up Shops: Reebok to Appear on the Bowery for a Month [Racked]
· Inside the New Eighties-Themed Reebok Pop-Up [NYM]